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message yet. but he's out of washington, he's going to montana, campaign style, this is where he's in his element. >> and in political terms, he's in his element, and i guess the rest of us are supposed to say, hoorah, but the reality is, we still -- as you point out, we are one, two days away from when he wanted this thing packaged up and ready for signature. and the fundamental question you're posing hasn't yet been answered. >> are we better off? i think there's a lot of evidence to say that we would be better off, departing from our current system. that the current system threatens to bankrupt the country and increase the numbers of uninsured. i think that that's the core of this. there are, of course, politics around it. that's the main thing to remember. >> thank you very much, both of you. appreciate it. >>> more on our top stories tonight, let's turn to brooke baldwin who was the latest for us. >> the obama administration this evening saying that north korea's decision to release two american journalists is not linked to nuclear negotiations. those journalists, both laura ling and
are working. teresa in montana, considering what this country's been through in the past decade, i'm surprised that more of us aren't on the happy pills. lily marlene in hawaii, as a person who's been on antidepressants and in therapy for over 20 years, i can say the drugs have become more effective and have fewer side effects. mixing them with therapy has proved to be a life-saving method method for me. we're talking about someone who becomes suicidal if i'm off the medications for three weeks. ike in atlanta says, it goes to show the problem with health care in america. doctors have to prescribe these drugs because they don't want to be sued for not doing so, even if the patient doesn't need them. the companies are happy because they make money. insurance covers it because they too make money. and the patient, he doesn't know any better. most people on antidepressants don't need them. it's all a scam. h. writes, i've taken antidepressants off and on for after 30 years after suffering postpartum depression. i talked about my feelings to psychiatrists until we were all blue in the face, but no
to campaign in. but in montana, in north dakota, in states like that, that money goes a long, long way. so it's a lot cheaper to buy those senators, and those senators are more than happy to make that money because it sort of frees them from the responsibility or the chore of having to raise money from actual average, regular americans. it's easier to get that $5,000 check or that pac money than it is to ask some regular american for a $20 contribution. >> so what do we do about this now? >> well, i mean, we're going to have to keep fighting the way we're fighting it. it's a propaganda war in a lot of ways. i mean, you have the insurance companies doing these -- these astroturf protests trying to sort of create this impression that this is a broad american mandate against health care reform. we see the polls. we see the numbers. it's obviously not true. americans want reform. they want it desperately. and i think we need to keep talking about it and keep pushing and keep calling and writing legislators and reminding them that they made a campaign promise to support and to reform the system, t
, nebraska, kansas, arizona, south carolina and montana. so the recap, five states are republican. 37 states are democratic. and even texas is in play, according to the polling. i wonder why all of the headlines now are about how the democrats are in such big political trouble? this is my verizon small business specialist, tom. now, i know the catering business but when i walked in here i wasn't sure what i needed. i'm not sure what i need. tom showed me how to use mifi to get my whole team working online, on location. i was like, "woah". woah ! only verizon wireless has small business specialists in every store to help you do business better. you're like my secret ingredient. come in today and connect up to five devices on one 3g connection. now only $99.99 you'll love it. your old mop will just have to get over it... [ engine rattles ] [ man ] love stinks! ♪ love stinks! ♪ yeah! yeah! [ female announcer ] new swiffer wet jet is redesigned. it cleans deep in corners. its solution penetrates layers of dirt and its absorbent pad locks it away to clean better than a mop. the newly redesign
. yep, mississippi, north dakota, nebraska, kansas, arizona, south carolina and montana. so the recap, five states are republican. 37 states are democratic. and even texas is in play, according to the polling. i wonder why all of the headlines now are about how the democrats are in such big political trouble? [ female announcer ] olay goes beyond everyday clean to a deep micro-clean. olay deep cleansers reach the micro-particles of dirt some basic cleansers can leave behind for a clean so deep its micro-clean. olay deep cleansers. i just want fewer pills and relief that lasts all day. take 2 extra strength tylenol every 4 to 6 hours?!? taking 8 pills a day... and if i take it for 10 days -- that's 80 pills. just 2 aleve can last all day. perfect. choose aleve and you can be taking four times... fewer pills than extra strength tylenol. ju 2 aleve have the strength to relieve arthritis pain all day. when we're in a sandwich you'll know it we are our own mixed up blend of one of a kind spices we are miracle whip and we will not tone it down >>> on november 22nd of the year 2000, weeks af
. president, wh that, i would yield the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from montana. mr. baucus: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent that the following individuals on my staff be granted floor privileges during consideration of the confirmation of judge sotomayor: indicate lynn cohen, emily yeska, andrew dusek, dan huffman, rayful graybel, phillip feldman, josh gardner and marie wildman. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. baucus: mr. president, i ask consent that lori safdi, aaron gyle and kathleen roberts, law clerks on senator leahy's judiciary committee, be granted floor privileges for the remainder of the debate on the nomination of sonia sotomayor. the presiding officer: without objection. for the red sox. rick, what have you seen from penny when you've watched him this season? >> well, he's a different guy. he's not the 97mph guy anymore. talking with john ferrell the pitching coach of the red sox, i said, what's the key for him tonight? what do you look for? he said, south, he's got to be down in the zone. we're going to use our k zone and highlight the 92, 93mp
in idaho and montana. otherwise, no flight delays on tap for the nation. now, here is this front just now coming out of southern ontario into northern indiana and central ohio. ahead of that, we are getting a few showers, but we still have the flow out of the southwest tapping humidity off the gulf of mexico and sweeping it up the at lap tick seaboard. going forward over the next 36 hours, this is a zone of potential precipitation. showers near washington from mid-afternoon all the way into the evening. earlier for the mountains and late morning there as the front approaches. then tonight into tomorrow, the front will stall out just to our south. by tomorrow morning, we may have a lingering shower, especially to our east. during the day, a stalled front with a passing shower near the beaches as well as south and east of washington. otherwise, lower humidity moving in that should linger into friday. a nice break from our usual high heat and humidityeg bin bng tomorrow. for today, it going to be rather uncomfortable withe t humidity levelsheat rhe r.high we'll have a little sun inhi an out
front when you get to idaho and montana. some of those will be giant hail makers so we'll watch for those later this afternoon. showers rolling through grand island, nebraska. dropping down the state line towards kansas. then it's the heat. it's back for you. 105 to 110 is the way it's going to make you feel. dallas, houston, in towards tulsa. then you get to places like phoenix and it's going to be 112, 114. 106 is hot even for this year, robin. >>> back to our breaking story. bob, thank you. two american journalists just arrived home after being freed from a north korea prison. we're hearing from them for the first time as they're reunited with their families. >>> talk about the perfect wedding present. what a total stranger gave away to a bride and her bridesmaids free. . >>> more on our breaking story today that we watched here live. two american reporters held in north korea are back in the united states. their plane landed in burbank, california a short while ago. here is the reunion that euna lee had with her little four-year-old daughter. north korea pardoned laura ling
. >> my colleague from montana brought up the testimony from mr. ludwig, i want to go into another area of his testimony that i found very interesting. he makes the point, and i'm sure he could make it much better than i, which he may get a chance to do later, but he would suggest avoiding a two-tier system that allows the largest too big to fail institutions over smaller institutions. he makes the point that perhaps it would be also two-tier regulators, the best light it is in one system and others in another. the--- to regulators in once -- the best regulators in one system and the others in another. and not treating a bias and the system that would be in favor of those institutions to develop over those that were not too big to fail. >> there are a couple of questions, one being weather should be tier one entities designated as to begin fail, regardless of the occ and oversight. and weather as part of regulatory consolidation that you have a regulator based on size. we have concerns about designating institutions formally as tier one. i think you could probably say he was not, based
, from montana all the way into the -- kind of the thu k youcthank you so much. so we're looking at some cloud cover. a cold front is swinging through. you can see all that weather was brought to you by walmart. diane? >> okay. thanks so much to you, sam. >>> without nora ephron, harry would never have met sally. tom hanks would have stayed "sleepless in seattle." producer, writer, director, bringing to the screen, "julie & julia." everybody is talking about it. the story of the groundbreaking chef. the one that changed america's views of food and how to live, julia child. and one that discovered her own destiny. and spent 20 years with us on "gma." now, the director, nora ephron. we have a picture of you at the premiere, i believe. >> oh, good. i had a lot of makeup. >> all that you went through to get to the premiere, right? there it was, the big night. you said when you were cooking, julia child was your imaginary friend when you were learning how to cook yourself? >> i really learned to cook from her cook book. this is quite a long time ago. and i used to sit there, stand there, as i
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